Pytloun Hotel Liberec
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... were even explanation cards in English for those non-German speakers.
Onwards and upwards to the top, where there are extensive ruins of a monastery and castle built in 1366. It is a ruin, having been destroyed by lightning in the 1500s but several areas are in very good repair, eg the priest’s rooms, the tower and the mortuary .
The remains of the Gothic church are impressive and ...
... building housed a large weaving machine, used by members of the family to produce flaxen cloth. They had an ingenious way of insulating the family living above from the weaving machines: apparently the upstairs floor was not connected to the ground floor building and was supported by these arches as a sound insulating system: this was a big flax weaving area and the machines were housed underneath , deafening those living above. What a clever ...
... Lunch was good in the cafeteria. Charly and I had gnocchi with a creamy spinach sauce and the boys had a sausage each with chips, mustard and tomato sauce. The boys then had a shot of vodka each and we went back up the slopes. First stop, more jumps! Paul had the biggest stack. He flew cover the jump and landed crooked and then skidded on his back another 20 metres or so down the slope. I was watching him from a bit below. It was so hilarious. We went down and up and ...
... hill at the bottom of the slope. I was a bit rusty too so it gave us a good opportunity to get familiar with the snow and the skis and everything. Hubert and marc gave us a few pointers and we were away! I was so surprised at how quickly Paul picked it up. he's a natural! He told me that it was because of all the water skiing he has done. Hopefully that means I won't suck at water skiing if I give it a go? Somehow I think not! It was so lovely to see Charly ...
... longer and flatter and was a little more fun to hop down. It also had a great view of the landscape below the castle. The zipline was so fun! The Hunzas sent a bench tied to a rope as the first participant on the zipline so that Hunza's wife was tall enough to attach us to the safety line for the rope ladder! It actually went surprisingly smoothly considering they sent a full sized bench on a zipline to a Hunza (the little one nonetheless) standing precariously on a rock ...